Detroit Diesel Corp. plans to invest $194 million in a new cylinder-head line for heavy-duty engines that will save 1,900 existing jobs and potentially attract new supplier firms to its Redford Township, MI, manufacturing complex, the Detroit Free Press reports. A job-retention state tax credit valued at up to $56.8 million over 10 years for the project is expected to be approved by the Michigan Economic Growth Authority in Lansing. A local property tax abatement and brownfield tax credit ...
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